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ring. lasts just 18 hours on this new diamond planet. >>> and yankees manager, joe gerardi, made a gutsy call, benching a-rod, leading the yankees in strikeouts. because the yankees wanted to win the game, he put in veteran raul ibanez, age 40, who hit a homer to win it in the 12th. the yankees skipper is leading his team, despite the announcement today that his father had died this past weekend. >>> and one of the toughest guys this nation has ever produced has died. and given his life story, no one can really believe that basil plumley lived to the age of 92. he was a sergeant major in the u.s. army, the top enlisted rank. they are closest to the commander and run the unit, handing out stern orders, wise counsel and dry socks. plumley served in world war ii, including the d-day invasion, then korea, then vietnam. and it is that war that got him written about and portrayed on the big screen, in the book, and later the movie "we were soldiers." it was about the battle in the valley in 1965. the u.s. was trying out something new, and 237 americans were killed by the north vietname
that we've had in a while. and that's the red sox and the orioles -- i mean the yankees and the orioles. oh, wait, i'm sorry. the red sox right now. >> are you trying to alienate everybody? >> so we've got two big yankee fans here. but the yankees and the orioles. you've got, you know, you've got the empire, the great team, plus -- against the upstarts. this one's going to go a while. >> can't go more than five games. >> well, that's a while. if you're a yankees fan. i get nothing from richard haass, so willie. richard, you suck. >> no. >> willie, i'm excited about this stuff. >> go to the ichiro play. >> this is just a great david versus goliath contest. >> i'd say this is a yankee fan, it's hard not to love the orioles and their story. what they've done this year. these are usually the kinds of teams that go away after the all-star. they were relentless. >> we kept waiting. we waited for them to go away in june and july. i cannot believe when i looked up in august and they were there. >> down to the last day of the season, essentially. and last night, a big win in a tight game, the ya
incredible games last night in the playoffs. splitting the first two games in baltimore, the yankees and orioles picked off where they left off last night with a heartstopper in the bronx, the story was a-rod. more on that in a second. third inning, yankees down with a one with two outs. derek jeter connects. adam jones just misplays it. it drops in. russell martin scores. jeter hustles around for a triple. that ties it at 1-1. same score in the fifth. manny machado, this kid is incredible. solo home run puts the orioles up a run. on to the bottom of the ninth. yankees still down one with one out. a-rod is due up, but he's 1 for 12 in the series with 7 strikeouts, so girardi pulls him back and inserts pinch-hitter raul ibanez. yes, 40-year-old raul ibanez. first pitch he sees, home run with one out in the bottom of the ninth. 2-2. now bottom of the 12th, still tied at 2-2. ibanez up again with a chance to play the hero again. >> since being in the bull pen -- did he do it again? he did! >> alex rodriguez and his 647 career home runs sitting in the dugout as raul ibanez, the guy who p
. >> that was a good situation. yankees won. >> giants i care about did not win. they got their ass kicked twice. >> your reds, though, won. >> that's what i just said. the giants i care about got their ass kicked twice. and then maybe one more time -- it will happen in cincinnati hopefully on tuesday. that's a game i can watch p. >> if they get there, will you go? >> to the world series? i guess it would depend on -- probably not. who are they playing? >> giants right now. but you're saying in the world -- >> i hope it's the yankees. >> if it was in new york, then you would have a shot. >> that would be on exciting. be like all the way back to 76 or 77, 76, i think. >> you're probably jet lagged, aren't you? when did you get back? >> friday. 24 hours. i missed everything. jobs. the debates. i did see the debates and i saw -- i watched everybody here from paris doing the jobs number. >> missed a you new kind of greek cookie. but you heard, becky is right, beware of greeks bearing gifts. she brought a bunch of stuff in here and lulled us into -- >> fatten you up very quickly. >> like a pound of b
. >> is this the last year of his deal with the yankees? >> only six more, might be. that's it. >> look at the front of "the post." >> look at the red sox gloating as one team is mountain playoffs -- >> you're going bankrupt. who is better at dumping salary? >> come on. >> you don't do victory laps because you dump salaries. >> neither one will win the world series next year. the only difference is next year you're bankrupt. >> my 3-year-old son will graduate high school when a-rod's contract is up. >> when can they do something about empty seats in big playoff games at yankee stadium. >> they won't be empty for the playoffs. it will be filled. >> so depressing it to watch the yankees game. >> fenway is -- >> up next the oakland a's season stays alive thanks to coco crisp and other former red sox players. thank you. what a grab. highlights are next. ah. fire bad! just have to fire roast these tomatoes. do you churn your own butter too? what? this is going to give you a head start on your dinner. that seems easier sure does who are you? [ female announcer ] new progresso recipe starters. five delicio
time was that over? >> about midnight. >> i came home, vice presidential debate on dvr, yankees live, it was a long night. the yankees lost extra innings. another 12-inning game. 13 innings, excuse me. and the orioles came through in the clutch. a-rod, one more time, joe -- >> struck out. >> he struck out. and then when they had a shot down one run, the bottom of the last inning, they pulled him back to the bench again and sent eric chavez up. he made the last out of the game. it's an incredible story. alex rodriguez, one of the great players in the history of the game, is being taken off the field in crunch time. >> you just can't trust him in crunch time. all of these series going five games. unbelievable. al hunt, we've got to let you gloat. werth got up there. i was pulling for the senators, as i like to call them, i've never seen a batter look as lost as werth looked on the first two pitches, seriously. he looked like he was somewhere north of poughkeepsie. he was nowhere in that game. he fouled off pitch after pitch, takes him, what, a 13, 14-pitch count and then man, knocks it
a night. where were you doing the debate? >> right there in the second row of the yankee game in the bronx. i went to see the yankee game, but i tivoed this and watched it this morning. it was different. >> well, in your event there was a clear cut winner and loser. in this debate, unclear. it was definitely the only chance for a face-to-face showdown during this election for joe biden and paul ryan. they did their best to really make it count. >> they clashed on a wide range of topics, everything from the economy, to iran, even some social issues, and in stark contrast to the first presidential debate, this one was animated. it was fast-paced, full of cutting attacks. let's get right to nbc's political director and chief white house correspondent chuck todd. he is at the debate hall in danville, kentucky. chuck, good morning. >> reporter: well, good morning, matt. it was a tale of two different debate strategies really. for joe biden it was about calming down supporters upset with president obama's performance last week. he went with the kitchen sink approach. paul ryan, he went with the
of the yankees series over at yankee stadium. yankees up 2-1 over the orioles. >> last night was epic. >> one of those games they're going to talk about for a long time for a lot of different reasons. >> all right. well, good morning. just ahead, a scary moment on live television, you may have seen it, actually. >> that's right. a qvc host fainted on live television, her co-host there trying to catch her. now, we're going to find out how she's doing. i want to mention that the show got a little bit of heat because her co-host actually just kept on selling stuff. although, we're going to find out the story behind the story when we talk to her in a couple of minutes. >> there's a little more to it too. >>> and imagine ordering something online and it arrives the very same day. i like the sound of that. instant gratification, being tested at one major retailer. holiday season fast approaching. we'll have more on that. >>> and then, are you ready for meatball madness? yes, gianna is here. it is time. in fact, you make this for sunday night football night in america. you've got the best of both wo
in the 12th to win the game. yankees triumph but not because of their payroll. >>> pakistan, 14-year-old malala yousufzai has now been transferred to a military hospital where she remains in critical condition. these are the latest pictures released by the pakistani army and advocate for education and girl's rights. shot tuesday by the taliban, they said for refusing to remain silent on girls and women's rights. across pakistan, her story has become a rallying point with protesters. now taking to streets. also on social media, expressing outrage about her shooting. and nbc is in kabul, afghanistan, and has been bringing malala's story home to us and around the world through the broadcasts and all of the networks. what is her medical condition and what is her prognosis? >> reporter: andrea, we're seeing malala today for the first time since that attack, just three days ago in the video provided by the pakistan army. just three days after that attack, there are already encouraging signs. signs of improvement, doctors say. you mentioned today she is stable enough to be airlifted interes
, in baseball terms, because it might be possible the yankees orioles game may be out of the corner of my eye in the middle of a series. >> and exactly, but think of think way, so game one, romney won, game two, had, had ryan won this debate decisively and there is no way to look at it the polls are split on this, some polls give it to biden, on substance abide den controlled this debate, a debate coach may say. >> it was important to the biden campaign hot to lose this debate, a draw, even split, whatever you want, however you want to look at it, it was about getting to the next presidential debate while not keeping -- while sort of lifting up the base a little bit and i think on that score will is a sense of relief in chicago between that and oh, by the way, there seems to be the romney bump, it is big in some of the national polls, it is smaller bump in some of these battle ground polls, so the built in structural advantages that the obama campaign had built up in the battleground states over since months is holding, sort of the levees haven't broken yet, the president lose as second debat
? >> second row of the yankee game. i went to see the yankee game, but tivoed it and watched this morning. >> with a clear cut winner and loser in this debate unclear, it was the chance for a face to face between joe biden and paul ryan, did their best to make it count. >> they clashed on a wide range of topics, everything from the economy to iran, even some social issues and in stark contrast to the first presidential debate, this one was animated. let's get straight to chuck todd in danville, kentucky. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it was a tale of two different debate strategies with joe biden trying to calm down supporters, still upset over president obama's performance last week. he went with the kitchen sink approach, while paul ryan embraced the old do no harm strategy. >> when we look weak, our adversaries are more willing to test us, more brazen in attacks. >> with all due respect, that's a bunch of mal arch ee. >> reporter: joe biden played the role of attack dog, gesturing, interrupting, laughing, making his presence felt when paul ryan was speaking. >> under a romne
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